SoftSide Magazine Issue 45 (Dungeons of the Gods) (June 1982). Escape from the Dungeons of the Gods (Translations by Alex Lee and Rich Bouchard. Encryption modifications by Rich Bouchard, William Kubeck, and Alan J. Zett. Prepare yourself for subterranean adventures as you search for treasures, fight monsters, and try to retrieve the "Chest of the Gods." You'll appreciate the encrypted program listing which keeps its secrets hidden until you play.) - Ray Sato. SWAT (Translations by Alan J. Zett. This valuable debugging aid will allow you to check your typing against printed listings and pinpoint any errors you may have made.) - Jon Voskuil, Entertainment Tomorrow (The authors revisit the Golden Age of Animated Film, when Walt Disney was king. They trace the rise of the computer, as cartoonist's assistant and special effects artist, in the movies today.) - Allen L. Wold and Fred D'Ignazio, The Big Crash (Does your spouse spend endless hours at the computer? Do you ever wonder what the results might be? If so, read on.) - R. J. Green, Sensuous Programmer ("J" is at it again. This article is the first in a series on converting BASIC programs from one system to another.) - "J", Video Mania (A lighthearted look at the consequences of video game playing.) - Edward Ting, Review of Computer Systems Desks - Randal L. Kottwitz, Machine Head - Spyder Webb, Editorial, Input, Hints and Enhancements, Outgoing Mail, Calendar, Bugs, Worms and Other Undesirables, New Products, Enhanced Disk Version - DR. LIVINGSTON (An excellent translation of Carl and Karen Russell's and Ralph and Becky Fullerton's program. The first challenge is to get into Darkest Africa alive. The next is to get out alive. Dr. Livingston, I presume...?) (Apple) - Carl Mueller, K-Byter - SPACE FLOAT (Guide your spacecraft to a safe landing and you'll live tell about it.) (Apple) - Peter Wu, CODE BREAKER (It's up to you to discover the secret color code that your Apple has dreamed up.) (Apple) - Steve Faiella, Article - COMMANDing BASIC (Learn how to use this Machine Language routine which allows your Applesoft programs to accept function definition statements as input strings.) (Apple) - Michael Prescott, Article - APPLE DISKOURSE (The first installment in a bimonthly series of articles dealing with DOS 3.3, the Apple II's current Disk Operating System.) (Apple) - Carey W. Bradley, Review of SWASHBUCKLER (Apple) - Alan J. Zett, Review of APPLE-AIDS (Apple) - Carey W. Bradley, K-Byter - SOUND MIXER (Your ears will never be the same after you've played with this one for awhile.) (Atari) - Larry Locke, Enhanced Disk Version - RANDOM ACCESS DATABASE (Now your data file can fill a whole disk. This new version of Database offers all the advantages of random-access files.) (Atari) - Paul Marentette, SABOTAGE (Working your way through this maze of rooms in an attempt to accomplish your mission is liable to get you killed.) (Atari) - Peter Adams, Review of ALI-BABA AND THE FORTY THIEVES (Atari)- Guy S. Allred, K-Byter - METEOR DODGE (The little buggers keep popping up all over the screen, and you have to keep out of their way as you pick up the fuel canisters.) (S-80) - Matt Hillman, Enhanced Disk Version - KRIEGSPIEL II (An interesting, two-player graphics wargame simulation with thousands of reproducible scenarios.) (S-80) - Ron Potkin, PIAZZA HOTEL (Now you TRS-80 owners can have the glamorous and heroic job of finding the bomb before it decides to level the Piazza.) (S-80) - Gary Dominick, Review of TASMON (S-80) - Tim Knight.